April 2018 Archives

Child custody order sets guidelines for school pickups

Parents who are ending their marriage will need to settle the issue of how to care for children. During the divorce, the parents work together to create a child custody order that is in the child's best interests. California parents can choose shared or sole legal and/or physical custody, depending on the needs of the family. Whatever situation is called for, the order is binding and will set the guidelines for how the child is transported to and from school and what type of contact the child will have with the parents while he or she is in school.

High asset divorce for basketball couple

Two professional basketball players have reached a final settlement after a breakup. The pair, both stars in their chosen profession, have earned a lot of money playing the sport, making theirs a high asset divorce. They are also parents who will be determining support and custody for their child. California residents may notice an unusual twist to this divorce -- the ex-wife will be paying alimony to the husband. 

During high asset divorce, couple exchange net worth information

A famous politician and his wife are calling it quits. Former mayor Rudy Giuliani and his wife have decided to end their marriage after 15 years. The split promises to be a high asset divorce, and both couples have already retained counsel for what will likely be a contested divorce proceeding. California couples observing the news may find some information to assist them in their own marital dissolution proceedings. 

Divorce mediation can help with a peaceful divorce announcement

Recently, movie stars Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan Tatum announced via social media their intent to break up. The divorce announcement was mutually posted on each person's social media, and the message was civil, amiable, loving and private. Many California individuals are looking to separate from their partners in a similar fashion. A divorce mediation can be the process that supports a person's desire to keep a marital breakup friendly and fair. 

In Solana Beach and throughout the greater San Diego area, Ratzer Family Law is your best choice for experienced representation with personalized service. Contact us online or call 858-925-8099 today.

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